Keanu Reeves is banned for supporting Tibet, urges all walks of life to watch 'Don't Forget Tibet' Documentary

Keanu Reeves is banned for supporting Tibet, urges all walks of life to watch 'Don't Forget Tibet' Documentary  Canadian Hollywood star Keanu Reeves is suspected of participating in a concert hosted by the "Tibet House" earlier this month, and his film and television works have been collectively removed from the shelves of several Chinese film and television platforms. The Canadian Tibetan organization is saddened by this, saying it is a consistent Chinese suppression tactic. At the same time, the documentary "Don't Forget Tibet" will be released on March 31. They appeal to the public to watch it so that the truth about Tibet will never be overwhelmed.  Several American Reeves films were removed from China's shelves US media: suspected to be related to "Tibet"  American movie star Keanu Reeves will participate in the "Tibet House" concert on March 3 Film star Keanu Reeves, who grew up in Toronto, attended a charity concert on March 3 by Tibet House, a New York-based nonprofit that works with exiled Tibetan spiritual leaders and Nobel Peace Prize winner Dalai Lama has connections. At first, only some of China's hard-line nationalists expressed dissatisfaction and demanded that the official list him as a disobedient entertainer, but his latest film, "The Matrix: Resurrections," was still in theaters. However, the situation has changed recently. Today, his film works cannot be found on film and television platforms including iQiyi, Tencent Video, and Youku.  Sunny Sonam, president of the Toronto chapter of the Tibetan Youth Association, said that as soon as he knew Keanu Reeves was attending the concert, he was worried that Reeves would be targeted by the Chinese authorities. sorry thing. "He didn't say anything about supporting human rights, he just attended that event. Now anyone who mentions human rights issues in China will be targeted, banned, and blacklisted. This is regrettable and sad. What's even more sad is that many Chinese people don't even know the truth."  Huang Ningyu, convener of the Vancouver China Association for the Promotion of Freedom, Democracy and Human Rights, said that many internationally renowned performers or singers have been boycotted or banned from their performing arts careers for expressing their support for democracy and freedom in Tibet, Xinjiang, Hong Kong and Taiwan. "Like Ho Yunshi, who took a photo with the Dalai Lama before the anti-extradition movement, was banned for this reason. Later, because of the anti-extradition movement, all of them were banned, and he was imprisoned. Like Richard Gere, he was also banned a lot. It's been years since he took the Dalai Lama as his teacher. Another problem is that the CCP's influence has extended overseas."  Huang Ningyu mentioned that Enes Kanter, an American Professional Basketball League (NBA) player, was an example. For his outspoken criticism of China's human rights issues, he was not only banned by China, but also snubbed by the NBA. He became an off-ball free agent. This shows that the political, business and many other fields in the West are automatically silenced because they are afraid of China's power.  Sonny Sonam said that in the face of China's suppression and interference everywhere, the only way is for the forces of freedom and justice to be more united. , and also stepped up efforts to promote the upcoming Tibetan documentary "Never forget Tibet: Dalai Lama's untold story", which will be released on March 31. "This is also a force of protest. We promote this documentary and hope that everyone will watch it and truly understand the Tibet issue. Originally, we arranged for only one screening in each cinema, but the tickets were sold out quickly, so we added many more screenings. ."  Jean-Paul Mertinez, the film's director, said that in addition to the history of the Dalai Lama's exile, the film also hopes to convey the beauty and depth of Tibetan culture, as well as the Dalai Lama's influence on the world. Compassion concept.

Canadian Hollywood star Keanu Reeves is suspected of participating in a concert hosted by the "Tibet House" earlier this month, and his film and television works have been collectively removed from the shelves of several Chinese film and television platforms. The Canadian Tibetan organization is saddened by this, saying it is a consistent Chinese suppression tactic. At the same time, the documentary "Don't Forget Tibet" will be released on March 31. They appeal to the public to watch it so that the truth about Tibet will never be overwhelmed.

Several American Reeves films were removed from China's shelves US media: suspected to be related to "Tibet"

American movie star Keanu Reeves will participate in the "Tibet House" concert on March 3
Film star Keanu Reeves, who grew up in Toronto, attended a charity concert on March 3 by Tibet House, a New York-based nonprofit that works with exiled Tibetan spiritual leaders and Nobel Peace Prize winner Dalai Lama has connections. At first, only some of China's hard-line nationalists expressed dissatisfaction and demanded that the official list him as a disobedient entertainer, but his latest film, "The Matrix: Resurrections," was still in theaters. However, the situation has changed recently. Today, his film works cannot be found on film and television platforms including iQiyi, Tencent Video, and Youku.

Sunny Sonam, president of the Toronto chapter of the Tibetan Youth Association, said that as soon as he knew Keanu Reeves was attending the concert, he was worried that Reeves would be targeted by the Chinese authorities. sorry thing. "He didn't say anything about supporting human rights, he just attended that event. Now anyone who mentions human rights issues in China will be targeted, banned, and blacklisted. This is regrettable and sad. What's even more sad is that many Chinese people don't even know the truth."

Huang Ningyu, convener of the Vancouver China Association for the Promotion of Freedom, Democracy and Human Rights, said that many internationally renowned performers or singers have been boycotted or banned from their performing arts careers for expressing their support for democracy and freedom in Tibet, Xinjiang, Hong Kong and Taiwan. "Like Ho Yunshi, who took a photo with the Dalai Lama before the anti-extradition movement, was banned for this reason. Later, because of the anti-extradition movement, all of them were banned, and he was imprisoned. Like Richard Gere, he was also banned a lot. It's been years since he took the Dalai Lama as his teacher. Another problem is that the CCP's influence has extended overseas."

Huang Ningyu mentioned that Enes Kanter, an American Professional Basketball League (NBA) player, was an example. For his outspoken criticism of China's human rights issues, he was not only banned by China, but also snubbed by the NBA. He became an off-ball free agent. This shows that the political, business and many other fields in the West are automatically silenced because they are afraid of China's power.

Sonny Sonam said that in the face of China's suppression and interference everywhere, the only way is for the forces of freedom and justice to be more united. , and also stepped up efforts to promote the upcoming Tibetan documentary "Never forget Tibet: Dalai Lama's untold story", which will be released on March 31. "This is also a force of protest. We promote this documentary and hope that everyone will watch it and truly understand the Tibet issue. Originally, we arranged for only one screening in each cinema, but the tickets were sold out quickly, so we added many more screenings. ."

Jean-Paul Mertinez, the film's director, said that in addition to the history of the Dalai Lama's exile, the film also hopes to convey the beauty and depth of Tibetan culture, as well as the Dalai Lama's influence on the world. Compassion concept.


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